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awarded  Yearling
Sep
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answered What is this informal greeting in French containing “forme” and similar to “what's up”?
Aug
21
suggested suggested edit on “Jouer à” or “jouer de” for sports games?
Aug
21
answered “Jouer à” or “jouer de” for sports games?
Aug
14
answered What is the fastest way to self-learn French?
Aug
12
answered Which variant of French is spoken in La Répétition?
Jul
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awarded  Editor
Jul
7
comment En fait… How is it spelt, what does it mean?
Correct answer below, thanks for attempting to help though.
Jul
7
revised En fait… How is it spelt, what does it mean?
edited title, edited main text due to answer.
Jul
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awarded  Critic
Jul
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accepted En fait… How is it spelt, what does it mean?
Jul
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comment En fait… How is it spelt, what does it mean?
Thanks, this sounds exactly like what I'm asking for!
Jul
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asked En fait… How is it spelt, what does it mean?
Jun
7
answered Quelle est la différence entre « ne », « ne … pas » et « pas » ?
Jun
7
answered Regarder ou écouter la télévision?
Jun
3
comment In French must we always repeat the subject pronoun?
"Je suis allé au marché, j'ai regardé des fringues, et j'ai acheté un café." - I'd go for this.
Jun
3
comment Explanation of “tkt” and what contexts it can be used in
It would depend which part of the country you were from. I would say something like "obviously." In that context.
May
31
answered How do you decide whether to use “vous” or “tu”? / Comment choisir entre « vous » et « tu » ?
May
31
comment Explanation of “tkt” and what contexts it can be used in
That's definitely American English and not British English slang haha
May
31
accepted Explanation of “tkt” and what contexts it can be used in